There’s two kinds of people in this world: those who Donate to hear about Clint Eastwood’s iconic cowboy trilogy, and those who die wishing they had! Now Playing's Spring donation series is here and the first three episodes are available now! Listen to this preview of all three reviews - A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Then head to NowPlayingPodcast.com/donate to support independent podcasting and get up to 43 bonus podcast movie reviews!
There’s two kinds of people in this world: those who Donate to hear about Clint Eastwood’s iconic cowboy trilogy, and those who die wishing they had! This week’s Silver Level treasure map leads listeners back to the most celebrated Spaghetti Western of all time - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Find out what happens when three bandits crash the Civil War in a race to claim buried Confederate gold. Will Clint’s Man With No Name be the one left holding that fistful of dollars? Or does Eli Wallach’s Tuco steal the whole show? Donate Now and find out!
Clint Eastwood and director Sergio Leone went searching For A Few Dollars More when they saddled up again for another Spaghetti Western classic. This time the Man With No Name fights with older gunslinger Lee Van Cleef to collect the bounties on a ruthless gang of pot-smoking bankrobbers. Are Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob checking their pocket watches because of the increased run time, or because they want to jam out to composer Ennio Morricone’s classic chiming score? You’ll score big when you donate for Now Playing’s 2019 Silver Level Series!
Hi-yo Silver Level Donors! Once upon a time in Italy, legendary director Sergio Leone explored the American Frontier in ways Hollywood never dared. For just A Fistful of Dollars listeners can discover the Western that turned TV cowboy Clint Eastwood into a big screen counterculture icon. Will his Man With No Name profit from pitting Mexicans against Americans in a small border town? Or will Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob cut him down for copying the moves of samurai flick Yojimbo? Donate Now for five podcasts that aim for every classic film lovers’ heart.